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Vincent, Jean-Louis

Annual Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine 2011

Vincent, Jean-Louis - Annual Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine 2011, ebook

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Table of contents

I. Mechanisms of Sepsis and Multiple Organ Failure

1. The Role of Receptor for Advanced Glycation Endproducts (RAGE) in Infection
M. A. D. Zoelen, A. Achouiti, T. Poll

2. The Endocannabinoid System: A Janus-faced Modulator of Inflammation in the Intestinal Microcirculation
C. Lehmann, V. Cerny, M. Matejovic

3. Remote Ischemic Conditioning against Ischemia/reperfusion Injury
P. Meybohm, B. Bein

4. Hypoxia-inducible Factors and the Prevention of Acute Organ Injury
S. N. Heyman, S. Rosen, C. Rosenberger

II. Coagulation System

5. Are Microparticles Reliable Deleterious Effectors in Septic Coagulopathy?
X. Delabranche, F. Toti, F. Meziani

6. The Inflammatory Potential of Fibrin(ogen) and its Degradation Products
C. Jennewein, N. Tran, K. Zacharowski

7. Iron Deficiency in Critically III Patients: Highlighting the Role of Hepcidin
N. Heming, P. Montravers, S. Lasocki

8. Heparin-induced Thrombocytopenia in the ICU: An Overview
Y. Sakr

III. Acute Respiratory Failure

9. The Next Generation of ALI Genetics: Insights into Pathophysiology
N. J. Meyer, J. D. Christie

10. Use of B-type Natriuretic Peptides in Acute Exacerbation of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Requiring Ventilatory Support
F. Dachraoui, L. Ouanes-Besbes, F. Abroug

11. Acute Lung Injury in the ICU: Focus on Prevention
I. Galvin, N. D. Ferguson

IV. Endotracheal Intubation

12. Rapid Sequence Intubation: Overview and Myths Versus Facts
M. F. Yazbeck, J. Finkelstein, R. P. Dellinger

13. Research Priorities in Oral Care for Endotracheally-intubated Patients
S. Labeau, S. Blot

V. Ventilator Issues

14. Pros and Cons of Assisted Mechanical Ventilation in Acute Lung Injury
M. Gama de Abreu, P. R. M. Rocco, P. Pelosi

15. Can ‘Permissive’ Hypercapnia Modulate the Severity of Sepsis-induced ALI/ARDS?
G. Curley, M. Hayes, J. G. Laffey

16. NAVA: Why, When, Who?
C. Sinderby, J. Beck

17. Therapeutic Aerosols in Mechanically Ventilated Patients
S. Ruickbie, A. Hall, J. Ball

VI. Cardiac Crises

18. Cardiac Mitochondria and Heart Failure: The Chicken or the Egg?
S. Scolletta, B. Biagioli, P. Giomarelli

19. Evolving Rationale for Minimally-interrupted Chest Compressions during Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
J. G. Wigginton, A. H. Idris, P. E. Pepe

VII. Renal Aspects

20. Hypoalbuminemia as a Risk Factor for Acute Kidney Injury
M. Joannidis, C. J. Wiedermann

21. Developing Biological Markers: The Case of Urinary Neutrophil Gelatinase-associated Lipocalin in Acute Kidney Injury
A. A. N. M. Royakkers, P. E. Spronk, M. J. Schultz

22. Biomarkers of Acute Kidney Injury in Cardiorenal Syndromes
A. K. Roy, B. A. McMahon, P. T. Murray

23. Cardio-renal Syndromes: A Complex Series of Combined Heart/Kidney Disorders
C. Y. Goh, C. Ronco

24. Blood Purification in Sepsis and Acute Kidney Injury in Critically III Patients
P. M. Honoré, N. Dobbeleire, O. Joannes-Boyau

VIII. Fluids

25. The Lymphatic Vasculature as a Participant in Microvascular Exchange
J. Scallan, V. H. Huxley

26. The Interstitium and Lymphatics have an Important Role in Edema Generation during Sepsis
Ø. S. Svendsen, R. K. Reed, H. Wiig

27. Fluid is a Drug that can be Overdosed in the ICU
S.L. Goldstein

28. Crystalloid or Colloid Fluids: A Matter of Volumes?
R. J. Trof, A. B. J. Groeneveld

29. Meaning of Pulse Pressure Variation during ARDS
J. -L. Teboul, X. Monnet

30. The Fluid Challenge
M. Cecconi, B. Singer, A. Rhodes

31. Facing the Challenge: A Rational Strategy for Fluid and Volume Management
K. Heckel, M. S. Strunden, D. A. Reuter

IX. The Microcirculation

32. Mitochondrial Function in Septic Shock
M. A. Puskarich, A. E. Jones

33. How Can We Use Tissue Carbon Dioxide Measurement as an Index of Perfusion?
E. Futier, J. -L. Teboul, B. Vallet

34. Use of Non-invasive Tissue Oxygen Saturation Monitoring to Assess Cardiovascular Insufficiency
X. Garcia, F. X. Guyette, M. R. Pinsky

35. The Microcirculation of the Critically III Pediatric Patient
A. P. C. Top, R. C. Tasker, C. Ince

X. Cardiovascular Monitoring

36. Heart Rate as Prognostic Marker and Therapeutic Target In MODS
S. Nuding, K. Werdan, H. Ebelt

37. Hemodynamic Monitoring in Cardiogenic Shock
J. Poelaert

38. Non-invasive Estimation of Left Ventricular Filling Pressures by Doppler Echocardiography
F. Clau-Terré, J. Rello, A. Evangelista

39. Hemodynamics from the Periphery
S. Romagnoli, S. M. Romano, D. Payen

40. Totally Non-invasive Continuous Cardiac Output Measurement with the Nexfin CO-Trek
A. Perel, J. J. Settels

41. Cardiac Output Monitoring: An Integrative Perspective
J. A. Alhashemi, M. Cecconi, C. K. Hofer

XI. Perioperative Medicine

42. Perioperative Hemodynamic Optimization
N. Brienza, L. Dalfino, M. T. Giglio

43. Perioperative Myocardial Ischemia/reperfusion Injury: Pathophysiology and Treatment
S. G. Hert, P. F. Wouters

XII. Infection and Sepsis

44. A New Approach to Ventilator-associated Pneumonia Based on the PIRO System
I. Martin-Loeches, M. Ulldemolins, E. Diaz

45. Selective Decontamination of the Digestive Tract and Antibiotic Resistance
E. Jonge, E. H. R. Essen

46. New Treatment Options against Gram-negative Organisms
M. Bassetti, F. Ginocchio, M. Mikulska

47. Antifungal Therapy in The ICU: The Bug, the Drug, and the Mug
J. M. Pereira, J. A. Paiva

48. Mycobacterial Sepsis and Multiorgan Failure Syndrome
S. Jog, B. Pawar, D. Patel

49. Pentraxin 3 (PTX3): Possible Role in Critical Care Medicine
T. Mauri, B. Bottazzi, A. Pesenti

50. The Role of IgM- and IgA-enriched Immunoglobulins in the Treatment of Sepsis and Septic Shock
G. Berlot, M. C. Vassallo, F. Tartamella

XIII. Liver Failure

51. Spontaneous Bacterial Peritonitis in Patients with Cirrhosis and Ascites
S. Piano, F. Morando, P. Angeli

52. Acute-on-chronic Liver Failure: An Entity Still in Search of Itself?
L. Verbeke, W. Meersseman, W. Laleman

XIV. Trauma and Emergency Medicine

53. Cocaine Intoxication
J. E. Hollander, A. M. Chang

54. Airway Management for Major Trauma
C. Hommers, J. Nolan

55. Goal-directed Coagulation Management in Major Trauma
H. Schoechl, W. Voelckel, C. Solomon

XV. Neurological Aspects

56. Understanding Posterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome
S. Legriel, F. Pico, E. Azoulay

57. Prediction of Neurological Outcome after Cardiac Arrest
C. Sandroni, F. Cavallaro, M. Antonelli

58. Neuroprotection in Sepsis by Complement Inhibition and Immunoglobulin Therapy
F. Esen

59. Ethics in Disorders of Consciousness
A. Demertzi, S. Laureys, M. -A. Bruno

XVI. Metabolic Disorders and Nutrition

60. Metformin and Lactic Acidosis
S. Vecchio, P. Papa, A. Protti

61. Energy Goals in the Critically III Adult
S. L. Peake, E. Ridley, M. Chapman

XVII. ICU Organization and Management

62. Frailty: A New Conceptual Framework in Critical Care Medicine
R. C. McDermid, S. M. Bagshaw

63. Access Block and Emergency Department Overcrowding
R. Forero, S. McCarthy, K. Hillman

64. Triage of High-risk Surgical Patients for Intensive Care
J. Sobol, H. Wunsch

65. Transportation of the Critically III: Moving in the Right Direction
P. G. Brindley, T. O’Leary

66. Should We Still Order Chest X-rays in the ICU?
V. Ioos, A. Galbois, B. Guidet

67. The Effect of Light on Critical Illness
R. Castro, D. C. Angus, M. R. Rosengart

68. Context Information in Critical Care
G. Murias, B. Sales, L. Blanch

XVIII. The Future

69. Ambient Intelligence in the Intensive Care Unit: Designing the Electronic Medical Record of the Future
B. W. Pickering, J. M. Litell, O. Gajic

70. Simulation in Critical Care Medicine: The Next Ten Years
P. G. Brindley

71. Intensive Care Medicine: Where We Are and Where We Want To Go?
R. P. Moreno, A. Rhodes

Keywords: Medicine & Public Health, Intensive / Critical Care Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2011
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Annual Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine 2011
Page amount
857 pages
Category
Medicine, Health Care, Mode
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783642180811

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